Arthritis – Symptoms, Types, Diagnosis, Treatment, Management
Astonishingly, according to a leading daily, arthritis affects 15% of India’s population out of which only 30-40% seek orthopaedic help. Thought to be due to the lack of sufficient awareness about the disease, this ignorance often leads to the condition worsening to a point of no return. In this mega guide, we’ll explain everything you need to know about the disease.
Indian Journalism Under Increasing Political Control
“Compared to many Asian countries, there is a great deal of freedom to report in India,” writer and lawyer Suhrith Parthasarathy told CPJ. “But there is the issue of political control of the Indian media which begs the question of how truly...
Medical micro chipping is real: Scientists develop tiny electronics that dissolve inside your body.
(NaturalNews) If you thought the concept of medically-injectable microchips was something out of a science fiction novel, think again. A cohort of scientists from universities the world over has developed a new type of implantable microchip...
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Synopsis: Vector Potentials Rule
Outside a solenoid, even though the magnetic field can be vanishingly small, the vector potential is nonzero. It is this vector potential that affects the phase of electrons in flight. To show this, Khatua et al. fabricated a microscopic...
Renewable Energy Project for Kids: Power from Water
Energy can be made, or generated, using solids, gas or liquids as its source of power. So how do you use energy? Energy can be generated to produce light, heat or the movement of objects. In this experiment, we explore how to get power from water,...
GSAT-14 orbit raised for first time
The first orbit raising operation has been completed on GSAT-14, the communications satellite launched from Sriharikota on Sunday evening, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.
चुनाव के लिए आप की अर्थ नीति
दिल्ली विधानसभा चुनाव में शानदार प्रदर्शन करने के बाद अब आम आदमी पार्टी (आप) की नजरें लोक सभा...
भारतीय संस्कृति का भविष्य
भारतीय संस्कृति के कई रूप हैं जिसकी तुलना आपस में नहीं की जा सकती है। ये भारतीय संस्कृति बनाई...
M2M vs IoT, what is the difference?
M2M and IoT are frequently mentioned in IT environments across all industries as key technology enablers in two relevant areas for innovation (Operations, where focus is to increase the operational efficiency, and Business Model, where focus is to...
A migraine is a throbbing painful headache, usually on one side of the head, that is often initiated or "triggered" by specific compounds or situations (environment, stress, hormones, and many others). They occur more often in women...
How Does the Foucault Pendulum Prove Earth's Rotation?
Did You Know? The Principia housed at the Oregon Convention Center is the world's largest Foucault pendulum. It comprises a 900-pound ball which is suspended using a 70-foot long cable. It swings continuously at a height of 20 feet over the...
Our Bad Customs
It is a matter of great concern that most of our customs are quiet bad and harmful to others even as ourselves . Our usual practices of culture , discrimination is being over now-a-days .
New 3-D imaging technique developed
Triangles with sides that vary in length depending on their direction - to create 3-D "mesh" computer graphics that more accurately approximate the shapes of the original objects, and in a shorter amount of time than current techniques.
FB acquisition of Little Eye validates Indian tech product story
The Indian tech product space is not new to mergers and acquisitions, it’s just that they have been far and few. That, many feel may change in the coming years.
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Oldest Trees Are Growing Faster, Storing More Carbon as They Age
In a finding that overturns the conventional view that large old trees are unproductive, scientists have determined that for most species, the biggest trees increase their growth rates and sequester more carbon as they age.
One Weird Trick To Improve Women's Chances in Science
When a woman is part of the organizing team that invites speakers to scientific conferences, the number of female speakers in the session shoots up by 72 percent, according to the new research.
Rid science, tech of red tape: Scientists
As a new year's wish, 32 scientists, all holding high posts at research institutes and laboratories, have written to the Prime Minister and asked him to "free" the management of science and technology from the thickets of bureaucracy.
Why Companies Stop Innovating.
In the last few years we've recognized that a startup is not a smaller version of a large company. We're now learning that companies are not larger versions of startups.